New Delhi Jairam Ramesh-led ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has tied up with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) to set up a National Centre for Marine Biodiversity in Jamnagar, the first research institute in the public private partnership (PPP) mode.

Soon, you will get vehicle CNG even outside the networked cities.
In the near future, hopefully, if you travel outside cities like Delhi and Mumbai in a CNG vehicle, you may not need to bother about switching to costlier petrol if the fuel runs out.

The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board, the country

Gandhinagar:The task force formed to stop illegal mining in the state has registered 14,107 cases in the last three years. It has thus far unearthed illegal mining to the tune of Rs 50.61 crore.

The state government replying to Jodia MLA Raghavji Patel

Jamnagar: Reliance Industries will set up a national centre for marine biodiversity at Jamnagar in partnership with the government, Union environment minister Jairam Ramesh announced on Wednesday.

Ramesh was at the Marine National Park at Jamnagar to unveil plans for the centre, which he said would be a public-private partnership project of international standards.

Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday criticised the country's

Power Ministry Finds Proposed Sites At Junagarh & Jamnagar Unfeasible
GUJARAT may have to be content with just one 4,000 mw ultra mega power project as the two other sites offered by the state for building such projects have not been found feasible by the power ministry due to environmental reasons.

LONDON stock market-listed Vedanta Resources has won the bauxite mining bid of Gujarat governmentowned Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC). The Anil Agrawal-owned company will get 5 lakh tonnes of bauxite from the GMDC-owned mines.

With ample supply from the Gujarat mines, Vedanta can run its Orissa-based refinery with the fullest capacity.

Four tremors of mild intensity were reported from Kalavad and Lalpur talukas in Jamnagar district from Sunday night to Monday morning.

Just a day after a mild tremor rocked Kalawad region of Jamnagar on Friday night, another tremor was experienced in villages between the stretch of Lalpur in Jamnagar and Advana of Porbandar districts on Sunday morning. However, there was no casualty or damage to property.
According to the district administration of Jamnagar and Porbandar, the tremor occurred at 6.15am.

The Union urban development ministry